I used pinning and I was able to install indi-sx and indi-eqmod. Some conflicts still remains but ...
To do so, I created a file /etc/apt/preferences.d/indi with this content :
Package: * Pin: release o=LP-PPA-mutlaqja Pin-Priority: 800
I didn't see this category... so let me present you my last image. It's SH2-132 an emission nebula located in cepheus. Of course, I use Kstars/Ekos and Indi to capture the frames. My setup is a 102 F7 APO refractor, with a Trius SX-694, Baader narrow band filters and an Orion Atlas mount.
There is 43 x 1200 sec in Ha, 32 x 1200 sec in O3 and 18 x 1200sec in S2. Approximately 31 hours.
Clic on the image to see the full version
Processing was done with pixinsight and photoshop
Hope you enjoy, let me know what do you think of it.
I installed the nightly version and the problem is solved.
Thank you Jasem !
I'll open a different post to discuss about a strange behaviour that noticed with my SX cameras.
Thank you ! I'll do that
Thank you Jasem .
Does it means that I could have the fix if I use your nightly ppa ?
I'm experiencing some issues since I upgrade to kstars 2.9.4.
I use the scheduler to perform my imaging sequences, here is how it's set up :
I set the target and give a fits file for alignment ;
I checked the steps : Track, Focus, Align and Guide
I gave a sequence file.
When the scheduler is launched every thing works fine until it try to start the imaging sequence. The imaging sequence don't start ant send me this message :
Manual scheduled focusing is not supported. Run Autofocus process before trying again.
Hey sounds great !
I'll give a try to this new module as soon as the weather is good.
Thank you for your answer .
Number of images to capture is now successfully saved with version 2.8.3.
But It still doesn't save the exposure time, even if I set it to 5s (for example) and click autofocus.
If you need some files or log feel free to ask